St George’s Park is located in the residential area of St George’s in Telford and offers up to 71 residents exceptional residential, nursing and palliative care to residents with a range needs including people living with Alzheimer’s or other dementia-related illnesses.
St George’s Park is situated in a peaceful residential part of Telford, but is close to the town centre and bustling shopping and leisure facilities to allow easy access for trips out. The home is on the main bus route and we offer plenty of opportunities for getting outdoors and enjoying the open spaces nearby.
Split across 2 specialist floors, each unit is dedicated to the care and comfort of residents in high quality luxury surroundings.
The dementia unit has its own communal lounge and open plan kitchen and dining area complete with breakfast bar to replicate the home-from-home feeling. There is also a reminiscence room whic opens onto a landscaped garden filled with fragrant herbs and flower beds.
The nursing and palliative care unit offers Sky TV and communal lounges and a dining room, activities and cinema room.
Located in a quiet residential area, the gardens are pretty and well kept, the pagoda provides some welcome shade on sunny days. Residents can enjoy a cool drink or take afternoon tea outside if they wish.
St George’s Park has well-established links with the local community, including nearby churches who deliver services for us and the local primary school children who come to sing and perform.
Nursing care at St George’s Park is of the highest standard, with qualified and experienced professionals on duty day and night.
“I wish to thank you for the superb level of care you provided to K---- during her time at Lynhales (some 11 years). As a former nurse, I’m sure she would have appreciated it."—
"I would like to thank you all for your kindness and cheerfulness, and for looking after both my Mother and her visitors so well. It was really like a home from home."—
"We wanted to say a huge thank you for everything you did to take care of Mum. She always looked lovely and seemed content in her world. We couldn't have asked for more. Please pass on our thanks to the team.”—
Dear Sister Dora and all the staff. Please would you accept our thanks for all the care and attention you so warmly gave to my Mother in the last few months of her life whilst in your lovely Home and this is more.—
“We appreciate all your care and the way you treat our father with such dignity and kindness. Please thank all of your staff.”—
“We can’t find enough words to thank you all for everything that you did for Dad. To say it is greatly appreciated is a massive understatement and we hope that you know that we appreciated every gesture.”—
“Just a short note to thank you all for taking care of T---- with such kindness and compassion during his final weeks, and also for the welcome we always received when visiting.”—